Coaching and Mentoring Skills for Healthcare Professionals

Duration: 1 day

  • Small classes with team based learning
  • Highly trained expert team of tutors
  • Designed for all healthcare professionals who are required to coach their staff and evaluate their performance

Schedule: 9am - 5.30pm

Dates: As requested

Fees: On application

Course Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:


  • provide participants with the knowledge and skills to coach staff
  • structure and deliver an effective coaching session
  • provide timely and effective feedback
  • develop ones confidence in using coaching as part  of your daily skills set
  • understand where coaching fits into improving performance of your staff
  • prepare and run an effective competence/ performance review meeting with your intern.

Designed For

All healthcare professionals who are required to provide training in their hospital or healthcare facility

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • What is coaching and why is it so important for staff's development
  • The role of the supervisor tutor as a coach
  • The T grow model of coaching
  • What is feedback?
  • How to give timely & effective feedback
  • Running an objective competency review meeting

Duration

 1 x day (0900 - 1730)

Maximum Number of Participants

15

Note

Participants will be involved in skills practice, role play and syndicate work during the course.

 

For further details please contact Mr Dermot O'Flynn at doflynn@rcsi.ie